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Year: 2009

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Filmed at the height of the band's popularity during the Heartbreak Station Tour in 1991, this spectacular performance includes all of their biggest hits including Night Songs, Don't Know What You Got Till It's Gone, Nobody's Fool, Shelter Me and more!

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    Year: 2000

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    Year: 2011

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    Year: 1991

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    Year: 1977

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  • Back in Business

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    Year: 2001

    Runtime: 1 hr 18 min

    In 1997, some fans of the great British glam rock band T. Rex organized a special show to mark the 20th anniversary of the death of group leader Marc Bolan. Original T. Rex members Mickey Finn and Paul Fenton were asked to perform, and the rousing reception to their set of T. Rex classics encouraged them to create a new edition of the band. Mickey Finn's T-Rex has given their music a new lease on life, and the band has been performing to enthusiastic crowds in Europe ever since.

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    Year: 2001

    Runtime: 49 min

    The Troggs have a 36 year history and at a concert in Preston in the UK during spring 2002 they played to a sell out audience and in return performed a "Global Jukebox" of the majority of their worldwide hits. Wet Wet Wet covered their "Love Is All Around", taking it to number 1 in the UK charts for 15 weeks. Despite that success the band are wary of committing themselves to recording any new material and are even limiting the number of concert appearances they make in future. Reg said "I don't really enjoy too much touring so we are stopping doing long tours in the future". This film is a succinct collection of songs that provides a neat reminder of the very large part The Troggs played in developing the classic sixties sound.

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  • Epitaph

    Judas Priest

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 2 hr 22 min

    On May 26, 2012, Judas Priest wrapped up their epic "Epitaph" world tour with a storming set at London's Hammersmith Apollo. The band, having announced that this would be their final large-scale world tour, celebrated their last and possibly final show with an incredible career-spanning set list that brought down the house. In addition to performing all their classics “Breaking The Law”, “Living After Midnight” and “You’ve Got Another Thing Coming” the Priest dug deep into their catalog, performing at least one song from each of their albums, which rounded off their 23-song set list. Epitaph captures Priest’s electrifying over the top metal onslaught and is proof they are still at the top of their game after 40 years of headbanging.

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